|William Hartnell||Doctor Who,The Doctor|
|Peter Purves||Steven Taylor|
|Jackie Lane||Dodo Chaplet|
|William Hurndell||Ike Clanton|
|David Cole||Billy Clanton|
|Maurice Good||Phineas Clanton|
In the first episode of the four-part story "The Gunfighters, the Doctor (William Hartnell) and his companions Steven (Peter Purves) and Dodo (Jackie Lane) decide to take a well-deserved vacation. Unfortunately, the TARDIS crew ends up in Tombstone, AZ, just before the Gunfight at the OK Corral. While waiting to have Doc Holliday (Anthony Jacobs) take care of his aching tooth, the Doctor (William Hartnell) is deputized by Marshal Wyatt Earp (John Alderson); meanwhile, Steven (Peter Purves) is mistaken for a notorious gunslinger, and Dodo (Jackie Lane) is kidnapped by the bad guys. Written by Donald Cotton, "A Holiday for the Doctor" was originally telecast on April 30, 1966.
Audio Commentary by Actors Peter Purves (Steven), Shane Rimmer (Seth Harper), David Graham (Charlie), Richard Beale (Bat Masterson), Production Assistant Tristan de Vere Cole, and Moderator Toby Hadoke, (Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf); ; The End of the Line - A New Documentary about the turbulent third year of Doctor Who (43 Mins.); ; Tomorrow's Times: The First Doctor - Contemporary Press Coverage (14 Mins.); ; Photo Gallery (4 Mins.) ; PDF Materials: Radio Times Listings ; Production Notes Subtitle Option